When the arrangement to bring the two protectorates (the Southern and Northern protectorates) together in 1914 by our colonial masters for economic and administrative convenience, perhaps some of the issues that are agitating our minds today, did not bother them.
Conceivably, it is against the backdrop of the above assumption that the Nigerian Institute of Management tagged the theme of its 2014 Centenary Management Summit/Managers Forum held at Aba, the commercial hub of Abia State recently as, “Defining Nigerian Nationhood at 100 Years, the View point of Management.”
On December 6, last year, Governor Adams Oshiomhole while receiving the NPDC management, who paid him a courtesy visit at the Government House, Benin City said, “I want to appreciate NPDC for constructing its corporate headquarters in Benin City, Edo State. I believe that this is a major contribution to the development not only of Edo State, but also of the South-South region.”
Since the bomb blast of Monday, April 14 at the popular Nyanya el Rufai Park, markets in Abuja have been recording a low turnout. “Honestly we do not know what the problem is, but it appears people are now afraid of coming to the market,” Ngozi James, a trader at the Nyanya Market told Newsworld.
eter Obi during a public presentation of his End of Tenure Report at the Women Development Centre, Awka said that he would be leaving N75 billion in savings for Anambra people. The savings include N25 billion investment, bank balances of N11.5 billion as at March 14, 2014; Federal Government of Nigeria-approved refund is N10 billion; and Foreign Currency Investment of ($155 million) N26 billion.
For the record, he became number one in Kano State in this current political dispensation after his bid for second term was thwarted and Ibrahim Shekarau became lucky from 2003 to 2011. Against all odds, Engineer Rabiu Kwankwaso made a return to the government house.
Abia State broke the jinx that has been trailing it since 2010 when it had the last substantive judge. The substantive chief judge, Justice Nnenna Otti was sworn in alongside two new judges of the High Court, Justice Innocent Nwabuogu and Justice Onyekachi Enwereji.
Governor Theodore Orji in his speech during the ceremony, which took place at Michael Okpara Auditorium, Umuahia advised the new chief judge and the two new judges to abide by their oath of office and ensure quick dispensation of justice in the state. Orji said his administration appointed various judges in acting
The speaker, Abia State House of Assembly, Chief Ude Oko Chukwu set the tone 2014 Law Week and Eminent Persons Lecture of the Nigeria Bar Association, NBA, Aba branch when he called for the called for reforms in Nigeria’s judicial system.
On April 30, 2013, less than two weeks after assuming office in Okada, the new Ovia North East local government council chairperson, Mrs. Lucy Omagbon, closed up all the revenue points and committees of the local government council with immediate effect. She urged council staff to devote their time to making positive changes in the area of education, health, agriculture, environmental sanitation, and revenue collection to be able to execute meaningful projects with maximum cooperation.
Ogun State, no doubt, has seemingly been one of the safest places in the country, especially since the inception of the present administration. Away from what was obtained, normalcy has returned in the state that was known for all types of criminal activities. But recent happenings in the state, especially in the past four weeks, call for serious attention.
Corruption has assumed a dreaded form in Nigeria society today. There is no doubt that it is found in every facet of life and it has eaten deep into the fabric of the society. For instance, one of the areas that corruption has become endemic is age falsification. Age falsification is a situation where people take lower age declaration than their real age to suite purposes they desire or take advantage of in a prevailing situation.